Mini rainsaver water butt kit

100 litre £29.99
available to order from autumn
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Buy Mini rainsaver water butt kit: The UK's most popular size of water butt, this slimline 100L model is an ideal choice for smaller spaces.<br><br>Manufactured in the UK from 100% recycled plastic, it comes complete with hose connector tap, diverter to channel rainwater, and a raised stand to allow easy filling of watering cans.<br><br>Delivered pre-drilled with easy-to-follow instructions. Supplied with a 5-year guarantee.<br><br>Measurements:<br>Ø38cm x H94cm (H121cm with stand)

The UK's most popular size of water butt, this slimline 100L model is an ideal choice for smaller spaces.

Manufactured in the UK from 100% recycled plastic, it comes complete with hose connector tap, diverter to channel rainwater, and a raised stand to allow easy filling of watering cans.

Delivered pre-drilled with easy-to-follow instructions. Supplied with a 5-year guarantee.

Measurements:
Ø38cm x H94cm (H121cm with stand)

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